- Popular Nigerian rapper Ycee says he has millions with his former boss, CEO of Tiny Entertainment
- He revealed this when a Twitter user asked him to do a giveaway like his fellow celebrities
- Since the lockdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic, giveaway has been on the rise on social media
Popular Nigerian rapper Ycee has said the CEO of his former record label, Tiny Entertainment, possesses millions belonging to him.
Ycee made the disclosure when a Twitter user asked him to do giveaway like other celebrities so as to cushion the effect of the stay-at-home directive given by the government.
The user who took to the comment section of Ycee’s tweet said: “Baba do giveaway na”.
In his response, the artistes said: “Go ask tin y..He’s got all my millions.”
In other news, as the coronavirus pandemic continues, a Nigerian man has taken to social media to express displeasure that those returned from overseas refused to self-isolate and put others at risk of contracting the disease.
The man identified as @Dehkunle on Twitter said those who do not have visa will end up dying because people with visa failed to do the right thing by isolating themselves when they returned to Nigeria.
He tweeted: “When you come back from a foreign country, self isolate, they won’t listen. Now people wey Dem no give visa go d!e because people wey dem give visa no get sense."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Instagram comedian Sydney Talker criticised the healthcare system in the country over alleged inability of health workers to attend to him after showing symptoms of coronavirus.
He said when he was down with some symptoms and reached out to the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), they turned him down.
He said when he was down with some symptoms and rached out to the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), they turned him down.
He tweeted: "A week ago, I came down with some symptoms similar to that of COVID-19. I tried the @NCDCgov hotlines several times for about 2 days before I got a response stating that since I have not started showing ALL signs & symptoms plus I have no recent international travel history or contact with a confirmed COVID-19 patient I wouldn’t be attended to."
Sydney later took to Instagram to post a videos of his experience, saying he is scared for the loved ones around him.
He said: "All I need are answers to understand my predicament and how an average nigerian can solve this same situation am currently experiencing."
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